· May, 2011

Stories about Honduras from May, 2011

Honduras: Former President Manuel Zelaya Returns

  29 May 2011

Ousted president Manuel Zelaya returned to Honduras from exile nearly two years after he was removed from office through a coup. Bloggers report on the atmosphere before and after his arrival, and analyze what his return means for the country.

Honduras: ‘Golpista’ Rhetoric Continues as Country Prepares for Zelaya's Return

  26 May 2011

In PULSE –“a collaborative political weblog”– Belén Fernández sheds some light on the current situation in Honduras: “Earlier this month, a Honduran court dropped remaining corruption charges against Zelaya, who is expected this coming Saturday in Tegucigalpa. Despite the accord, golpista rhetoric continues in the same broken-record fashion as always...

Honduras: Pushing for Change

  12 May 2011

Jose Falck Zepeda asks: “Why are we asking, rather than pushing for change?” in a post where he argues that the root of Honduras’ problems come from “waiting and longing for the Messiah…the leader who would take us to heaven, or who would bring heaven to earth.”

Honduras: Teachers on Hunger Strike

  10 May 2011

Quotha posts pictures of a teachers’ hunger strike. Prensa Latina reports that on the day the pictures were taken, May 8, “Honduran teachers announced they would continue their hunger strike until the government reinstates the jobs of more than 300 suspended teachers.”

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